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Happy Easter! 1 April, 2010

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1. esteven - 1 April, 2010

….and to you and dear Cuthbert too!
Huzzah!

2. Jen - 2 April, 2010

And the same to you :)
(Although not quite yet. And I’m at work today.)

But I finally have my Collingwood beer *celebrates*

3. Jen - 2 April, 2010

Collingwood beer is good :)

(I had four bottles. I’ve drunk one. Molly has claimed at least an empty bottle. I want to drink at least one more. Any claims on the rest?
I think full bottles would be very expensive to post, empty bottles not quite so bad (but then you don’t get any beer (although I’m not sure it travels well anyway), and have to wait for me to drink them), and the labels will peel off and post cheaply if that’s all you want :) )

Nana - 3 April, 2010

I´d like one, please.

Jen - 14 April, 2010

A full one? ;)
Beer was £1.99 a bottle, postage to Europe would be something like £6.50.
I’ll try to make it to the post office on Saturday, if you can let me have an address – my username@livejournal email address should work, or you can send me one of those mysterious messages that end up in my inbox there :)

Molly Joyful - 13 April, 2010

THANK YOU! :-D That’s really kind of you! Empty bottle will do, definitely – I don’t like beer… *ducks*

Jen - 14 April, 2010

OK – I will try to get to the post office on Saturday, if you can let me have an address – my username@livejournal email address should work, or you can send me one of those mysterious messages that end up in my inbox there, and I’ll remember to look for it for once!

(Not sure what an empty bottle weighs – I’ll update about postage when I’ve found out.)

4. Nana - 3 April, 2010

Happy Easter to you too, dear!

5. Jen - 7 April, 2010

Have you seen that the timetable for the weekend workshop is out?
http://www.collingwood2010.co.uk/news_archive.php#workshop
I’m getting all excited again :)

(I think I’m being ridiculous this year – but I’m having fun, in the sense of finding out new things)

Molly Joyful - 13 April, 2010

This is all great fun; it’s like a scavenger hunt in history. :)

I’ll update the blog with the next events very soon. I *so* wish I could go to the workshop, it sounds great.

(Being ridiculous is a wonderful state of being!)

Jen - 14 April, 2010

It was the bit about looking at his letters that got me all excited :)

I wish you could go too – it’s not really fair that I get all the fun that other people want to have… (although I don’t know yet if they have a space for me, so maybe I won’t either!)

I wasn’t trying to hassle you about updating, btw, just getting overexcited while you were gone – I hope you’re feeling better now.
(If Stephen M is to be believed, you need a swinging chair made of rope – so I hope you have some equivalent :) )

Granville Thompson - 19 April, 2010

Jen,

Are you going to this?

Granville.

Jen - 20 April, 2010

I am – assuming there are any spaces on trains by then :)

Granville Thompson - 20 April, 2010

Jen,

Make contact on ancientmariner1805@yahoo.com

Some news locally today

Granville

Jen - 21 April, 2010

‘This user doesn’t have a yahoo.com account’, it says :(

Not sure if I should be intriuged or worried :)

Molly Joyful - 21 April, 2010

It’s co.uk :-)

Jen - 21 April, 2010

Aha! Thanks :)

6. Granville Thompson - 7 April, 2010

Poor Molly…. one resists the temptation to suggest you take more water with it next time…

Molly Joyful - 13 April, 2010

Hehe – I guess it was “capsizing” rather than “sailing”. It’s not an experience I wish to repeat, though!


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